Latest News from Turkey

S-400 issue from a historical perspective

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has declared that the Russian S-400 air defense system will be delivered by July this year, and the cooperation with Russia, including technology transfer, will continue as planned. The U.S. administration is trying to stop or slow down this process with promises, as usual.

Pavlopoulos addresses Greece’s ties to Balkans, Turkey

President Prokopis Pavlopoulos while on an official visit to Montenegro outlined Greece's views on ties with its Balkan neighbours and Ankara and reiterated that Athens steadfastly supports and promotes the EU course of the Western Balkans.

Court acquits all suspects in explosives shipment trial

A court in the port city of Piraeus acquitted all nine suspects in the trial concerning the Andromeda, a Tanzania-flagged cargo ship that was intercepted off the coast of Crete in January carrying 410 tons of explosives in January 2018.

Piraeus court acquits all suspects in explosives shipment trial

A court in the port city of Piraeus Thursday acquitted all nine suspects in the trial concerning a Tanzania-flagged cargo ship that was intercepted off the coast of Crete in January 2018 carrying 410 tons of explosives.

Countdown starts for Ankara contemporary art fair

The 5th Art Ankara International Contemporary Art Fair, bringing together Turkey's and the world's major galleries, artists, institutions and organizations, will be organized between March 14 and 17.

477 women were killed in 2018 in Turkey: NGO

A staggering 477 women were killed and another 232 were injured at the hands of violent men in Turkey in 2018, according a report prepared by the Umut (Hope) Foundation, a prominent NGO dedicated to reducing personal gun ownership, ahead of International Women's Day on March 8.

Serbia Must ‘Pay Price’ for Kurd’s Extradition’

Ahead of a ruling by the UN torture committee, the brother of the Kurdish activist deported to Turkey in 2017 says Belgrade should be punished for what he calls its 'illegal' act.

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